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Alloverstreet is an evening of simultaneous art openings and events spanning the many arts spaces of East Oliver Street in The Station North Arts and Entertainment District. It was named City Paper’s “Best Art Walk That Doesn’t Suck” 2014.

(Which makes me ask: Are there other Baltimore art walks that suck?? I don’t know of any. But regardless, this one is pretty great.)

All photos by Ben Levy for BmoreArt.

Terrault Contemporary
Alchemical Studio: A bio art installation by Richard Walshe

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La Bodega Gallery
ANXIETY4U: Curated by Anthony Grago
Work by Eric Benitez, Anthony Grago, Drew Haglin, Lucas Novaes, Pablo Machiolli, & Danyell Perkins

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The Copycat Building Garage
FOOT LOCKER: Work by Thomas Teurlai
Curated by Joseph Shaikewitz

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Lil Gallery
Foose Designs: Works by Tony Auth

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Gallery CA
XENOS: Matt Adelberg, Andrew Boudreau, Christianna Clark, Kevin Cobb, Ilana Elbaze, Joshua Fetzer, Matthew Freel, Lynn Hunter, Jordan Purnell Jackson, Scott T. Mallory, Jr., Rahn Marion, MacKenzie Schroeder, Terron Sorrells, McKinley Wallace III, & Amare Worku
440 E Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

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